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player that's performed with yo-yo ma and on stage at carnegie hall here in new york. congratulations to her. beautiful, young lady. >> yes, you approve? >> thumbs up. >>> this is breaking news for anyone in our business. ron burgundy and the action 4 news team are coming back. and now, we finally know when. >> "anchorman: the legend continues" opens in theaters one year from today, december 20th, 2013. go write that in one of your many leather-bound books. >>> as one legendary group returns, another is getting ready to retire. sadly, tonight is the last episode of "jersey shore" after six epic seasons. >> no more gtl. no more partying at karma. but fear not. snooki says she is still planning to return to the shore every summer. >> those kids were entertaining and made a ton of money. >>> fast food is now faster than ever. at one restaurant, you don't have to waste time unwrapping your meal. >> introducing the edible wrapper. that's right. just sink your teeth into the fully-wrapped burger. it's been promoted by a brazilian burger chain. >> other chains are paying close attention. it
opportunities are out there. >> okay. i am so glad about the diversification. in your dproconference call, yo were precluded from talking about new wins. i don't want people to think we're dancing around certain big customers. you we can i assume the program ramp is now behind you and the money you had to spend is now behind you and now you're reaping the benefits? >> i think that's partially true. i think over the course of the quarter, the ramp that i was referring to, we did much better than this past quarter. we have many, many things we need to improve in that area. so we're still at work there. the diversified manufacturing services margins were up 50 basis points, quarter on quarter, that's an indication that there's been sufficient healing there and revenue quarter over quarter in diversified manufacturing services was also up 20%. so the fever has broken a bit and, you know, behind every big program ramp, there's another big program ramp. we have more business that will ramp later in the year. some of the things that negatively impacted our q4 were largely behind us in the fiscal fir
: jimmy. >> yo, yo. >> caller: my question is about this private bancorp. >> don't know it well enough. let's do some work and we will come back, always better to own that than to just say it looks good. let's go to -- i'm going to -- uh, frank in florida. frank? >> caller: hi, jim. an english boo-yah to you. tell me what you think of commerce bank shares. >> i've always liked commerce bank shares and it's in a pro-growth area. i've always surprised it wasn't taken over. it's a very well-run bank. i'm going to -- just so people know. this is kansas city, missouri, and between the chiefs and commerce bank, go with commerce. and that, ladies and gentlemen, is the conclusion of the "lightning round." >> the "lightning round" is sponsored by td ameritrade. >>> coming up -- welcome home? you've seen the headlines, the housing market appears to be roaring back to life. but if you think you've already missed the move, think again. tonight, cramer's sitting down with the founder of lumber liquidators. to find out if increased home sales and efforts to rebuild after hurricane sandy could drive
durning grew yo poor in upstate new york. he left home at 16 before starting his theater career as an usher at a burlesque house. world war ii interrupted that career. he was 21 years old on d-day when he was in the first wave to nit omaha beach, the only man in his unit to survive. r rarely spoke about that day, natirecalled the landing at the national memorial day concert in 2007. >> i was the second man off my barge. and the first and third man got killed. hereporter: later, he was bayoneted by a german soldier afore killing him with a rock. durning won a silver star and three purple hearts. like so many depression era kids, charles durning loved to work. "if i'm not in a part," he once said," i drive my wife crazy." charles durning is survived by three children. he will be buried at arlington national cemetery. a message of peace from a man oro knows the horrors of war. that's next. very sore looking kinda blistery. like somebody had set a bag of hot charcoal on my neck. i was a firefighter for 24 years. but, i have never encountered such a burning sensation until i had the
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in california. troy. >> caller: yo, mad money. >> hey, hey. >> caller: this is troy from southern california. i was curious how you felt about semiconductors. >> you're getting an end of the year bounceback in that group. i prefer you to be in oracle. let's go to jeff in wisconsin. jeff. >> hey, how are you doing? a big booyah from mill milwaukee, wisconsin. txes? >> whenever i say it's a spec, you got to accept the consequences it can be up big or down big. that is the case with exas. that is the conclusion of the lightning round! >> coming up, well furnished? the housing hangover seems to be on the mend as u.s. home sales continue to pick up. but if you thought you missed the chance to play the rebound, think again. cramer is talking to the ceo of ethan allen to see if an investment here could help you investment here could help you get comfortable. ential for making or losing money >>> right now we got a bull market in all things related to housing, especially housing related retailers. when i see a housing related retailer selling off, i smell opportunity. ethan allen interiors, a purveyor
sponsored by td ameritrade. >> yo, mad money. >> what's shaking? >> man, i lived in tents. let's go to karen in arizona. karen? >> what -- what -- you -- i'm sorry. the big -- >> booyah from beautiful wesley chapel. >> man, everybody is compared to where i'm from. i never say that. >> you're the sexiest man on tv, cramer. i'm always in the house of pleasure whenever i'm watching you. >> well, thank you. >> booyah from pittsburgh. how are you? >> i'm doing great. i have my pittsburgh steelers stoul. you, my friend, control your own destiny. >> so what did bob have to say about the action in goldman sachs? he thinks the technical picture frankly is down right beautiful. he's done what's known as a bullish crossover. that's where the black line -- i know this is difficult to see, but i've got keith going right to work here. this is a classic buy signal right here. believe me, classic buy signal. i'm lible to start a fire! you can't start a fire without a flame. this to him is like the metropolitan museum of art. like that other exhibit. meats. meat. this year, more farmers brought animals to ma
-mas to you. you're going to see more bouncing like a yo yo, on the fundamental story, the models we have pointing going into 1q, the reason, it sort of rhymes in the spirit of the season. you have non-opec demand growing, global demand slowing, it's not snowing, and down is where we're going. the next big data point is probably the iaea report in february. and if that implicates more progress toward an iranian bomb, there's significant risk to look to the upside. in the meantime, you have a lot of other issues beyond the fiscal cliff. debt ceiling issues, if not resolved in the negotiation looming. and relatively long stocks here in the u.s. perhaps the most interesting part, becky, is to look at the convergence between light and heavy grades here in north america. we have a lot of light oil. and we're actually potentially short of heavy oil. so seeing convergence within that downward trend means there could be a bid for heavier. >> you would guess that would certainly hurt demand. >> sure. offsetting weakness in the dollar would lift the crude price based on historical trends, of course
. and barclays is saying look for around $3.20. back to yo pu. >> warm weather forecasts through end of next week. we like that very much. thank you very much. >>> where were we now? let's see. we're heading towards the close here with the dow up 24 points. again, this market feels very much like a wait and see kind of market. i think sarge has it right. they're waiting for the fed meeting this week. >> we've barely moved in either direction. after the break, we have the legendary investor for you. jack bogle. he's going to be here with his stunning warn. damaging to society as a whole. why? we're going to ask him. plus we'll get his take on a lot more than that. he's worth staying tuned for. >> amen to that. >>> then did you get your bids in? today is d-day for anyone wanting to purchase hostess assets. we'll bring you the latest and find out what has this ding dong so steamed on "saturday night live." did you see that? >> i did not. looked like a good one though. >>> then after the bell we're going to dig into insider trading. find out why big players are deciding the reward outweighs the risk
that it went directly to their bottom line, you see? d then they started, then yo have the, yves probably knows more about this than i do, these compensation committees that the corporate executives hire to design their compensation. and they all tell the boards, "oh, you have to pay this guy 500 times what the average worker's being paid or he might leave. and that we can't allow that possibility." >> oh, it's marvelous, yes. no company wants to have their ceo be in the top -- in the bottom 50% of whatever the consultant defines the relevant universe as. so you create this perpetually ratcheting system, right? because the consultant will do the study that somehow finds that their ceo's in the bottom half. so his pay gets moved up, which moves the average up. and bumps somebody else into the bottom half. and then oh my god, his pay has to be moved up. so independent of corporate profits increasing, just the mechanism of the way they do these studies, keeps everybody leapfrogging -- >> of course, we've had a oblem with the corporate boards that berle and means, you know, identified back in the 1
. >> an interesting panel at the deal book conference yesterday, shah wartz on it ray dal yo, i like to hear, bridge water. >> feel good he wants to buy agricultural land in australia? >> i said trades are going to go off and the surprise they could go up dramatically, franticly trying to lock in the low rate, antithetical what-to-what the fed said. 3 1/2 is not going to go to 2 and want to take advantage it is the bubble, my bubble, i can cash in on t >> right. of course, another impact on the budget as well, 250 billion dollars in interest costs because it's so low right now, quickly go to 4, 500 billion. >> the fed -- interesting the fed bought 2 trillion of bonds, which is really the deficit between when we got to 2010 deal for -- 1 for 1. the fed buys, we print, the fed boys. 90% of the bonds are being bought by the fed, where would rates be? >> right. >> spain. spain? buying bonds one form or another. le ends eventually. my dad had the guy. bill for the house we bought and a rate i used to marvel at when i tried to buy a house the first time in the '80s. we are at the gi bill rates the guys ca
clinton. this is a democrat from ohio. caller: i am fine tha, thank yo. i think if we get through these next four years, hillary clinton would make a good candidate and a good president for our country. i think she would move the country continuously. she knows a lot about the foreign affairs. i think she would be a good candidate. host: thank you for calling in this morning. caller: i am still wondering what happened to all that money they found when they went in over to iraq. could you please get me an answer to that question? host: probably not in the next 30 seconds but that is a good question that you have asked. we will move on to ron on the independent line. caller: in my opinion, hillary clinton or any other right person being an office would probably be the worst possible case scenario for this country and i think it is time that a normal person be elected to office them da. host: ron from indiana. from facebook, john says -- james says -- diana says -- here are some of the twitter comments we have received. bill says -- and biff -- and steve says -- and finally, jim says
of force resolution, what would it say, and when would yo dough -- you do that? >> well, i think what chris is saying, united behind the idea of the president as the response drsh being responsible for putting the force on the table. who gets the weapons? when he leaves, who -- where will the weapons go? do we need military force to secure the weapon sites to ensure the most red radical people in the world do not obtain the reps. if the president believes that's a necessary use of force to protect the riming in the united states, i'm forit. we have to think this thing through. it's not just about stopping the airport at the end of runway. i don't know how far along they are. i just read the paper and hear the news like y'all are, but it's disturbing. think it through. that's what i said for a year. .. to prevent those chemical weapons are never seen the light of day. and every member of congress i know it will be behind the president. what do you do with the weapons themselves? >> less than a pavia is that we did not have sufficient control of the armed caches that were all over the place a
yo. okay. and curtis -- >> what would you expect on fox business channel [ sound effects ] >> stephanie: okay. sean hannity. >> considering the significant consequences of falling off of the fiscal cliff you have would think the president would have some kind of an interest in finding a solution to the problem. however, it is now becoming increasingly obvious something is standing in the way. a reporter at the "new york times" is admitting, well it may just be obama's arrogance. >> stephanie: oh! [ applause ] >> stephanie: arrogance! >> what do you think he won an election or something? >> stephanie: yeah. >> sheeesh. >> stephanie: dog whistle. >> were you impersonating a dog whistle. woo woo? >> no, i was not. >> you wouldn't hear a dog whistle. but that would distract the dog that was distracted by the farting machine. [ farting sounds ] >> even a monkey in a shearling coat would distract the dog. right >> stephanie: right. all right. rush limbaugh. >> i thought we were on track for much sooner than that. the obama plan to knock down america, obviousl
this tendency in this culture of ours to immediately grasp on i'd yo logically right and left to specifics of whatever debate is going on and use the emotion of moment to drive our side and we should be thinking about what we talked about earlier, what can be done now? what's possible right now, to improve this situation, to try to contain the spread of these assault weapons? it's beyond common sense they're in the hands of american citizens. what can be done right now? >> is there a need for gun czar or for former presidents to come together? >> no need for that. a need for congress to do their job. a need for conservative republicans and conservative democrats to step up. people that grew up around guns, to do their job. i think george w. bush would be a great voice in this debate right now. >> what's the compassionate conservative stand on guns in 2012? that's a reasonable question. >> i think it's -- what's the reasonable rational stand? here's the thing. conservatism, william f. buckley conservatism has always been that you look at the realities that are before you. edmond burke, you
call them loopholes but keep in mind most of them are fundamental sose yo economic policies, charity, state and local, those things. they're the right place to work. as a budget matter, these ideas of broad based caps on them make sense from kind of an arithmetic point of view. if you're aggressive enough doing that, you can raise the numbers you are describing. as larry was pointing out if you decide to limit it only to the people who are $250,000 an up, you lose significant amounts of money and there are two reasons. the first is, it turns out there's a lot of money in potential taxes in people who earn say, between, $75,000 and $250,000. kind of the middle class. there's a lot of money there. if you are willing to have these limits apply to those folks, you can have more money. and if you have a cap that kicks in at $250,000, you have to consider the phase in. on a black brd, i think you could get up to the kinds of numbers that speaker boehner has mentioned, although i haven't seen what specifics are behind it. but to the extent you start putting additional constraints on that, i
this morning. >> thank you so much for having me. zblemle yo romano. >> in spanish terms, you remember my spanish? >> no, but i remember mine. my spanish teacher used to yell at us. [ speaking spanish ] it means shut up, you have nothing in your head. >> mine is -- [ speaking spanish ] welcome to the parking lot. anyway, coming up, much more from our guest host, senator john thune, and planning for 2013, what you need to know about jobs and economic growth in the new year. then starwood's hotel ceo frits van paaschen how the fiscal cliff, the impact, what it's doing to his industry and what solutions he's hearing as part of the fix the debt campaign. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. it's part of what you slove about her.essing. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood fl
markets and see. guy wolf is macro strategist at marex speculation and jim moor yo is on constantly on cnbc. unless there's more than one of him. joining from the cme. as i said, a cnbc contributocon. guy, i'll start with you. i just referenced and we had jason trennert say the same thing, traders used to just mainline like fed 85 billion a month. that used to give us a great -- >> how do you know about that? mainline? >> because they're -- >> because they're addicts, traders. and they don't care about structural. they don't care about anything but gimme, gimme from the fed. they weren't even impressed by 85 billion until 2016. are the benefits of this policy to just not be apparent, and the negative effects, you know, coming more into the fore? >> yeah, i mean. a couple of factors. first is the fed are not the only ones out there quantitative easing. when they started they were the only central bank out there, so it had an unusual effect on their currency. whereas now it's much more -- keeping up with everyone else. as things roll off they have to do more just to keep things neutra
for you to be sort of enamored with. i was 17 years old and thrilled. >> you are probably entitled to yo that sound because you were on that show. if we can get it, we're going to use it. robert frank. have you met -- he's a great reporter. he's going to be on talking about mcafee. i know him fairly well. >> you know him fairly well. you don't know and you don't know. >> no. >> this is robert frank. >> oh, my goodness gracious. it didn't even occur to me. >> watching you wonder where i was going was really -- you were like, where am i going with that. >> i saw frank chasing her around and i said, you know, she's on fast money. what are you, coming to the christmas party and he goes, we've been married eight years. wow, in the headlines, manufacturing activity, the whole show is very -- the whole network is -- everybody is married to everyone else. activity in china hit a 14-month high in december. except for you. an encouraging sign for the world's second largest economy. purchasing manager' index rose from 50.9 from november aet's 50.5. chinese consumers will be able to buy apple's ipho
more brands outside of this country because we think it balances out our principle yo and big opportunity for growth in countries like china, brazil, india, so we're really looking at some of the emerging countries for our big growth over the next five to ten years. >> how are some of those emerging countries and their consumers dealing this holiday season? different from what you're seeing in the united states? >> i think so. we're hearing a lot more strength happening in certain parts of the world. where there's more of an emerging consumer. so it's not -- america's difficult. we're kind of some can argue overstored and very competitive. but in countries that have such vast growth populations that are happening, whether it be china, brazil, india, big opportunity for growth like in america 20 years ago. >> thank you so much, neil cole, ceo of iconix brand. carl, back to you. >> courtney, thank you so much for that. straight ahead, highlights from your exclusive interview with richmond fed president jeff lacquer. see what liesman's take is after interviewing him earlier on. i
story in the n"the new yo times" this morning about a theft of maple syrup. >> how do you steal syrup? >> on trucks. it's an inside job. it's a huge commodity business and they've been stealing it over time, literally siphoning off syrup. >> you always pick articles in the "new york times." you always do. >> i do "the wall street journal." i do "the new york post." >> no, you -- >> you saw me looking at the cover of "the new york post" this morning. >> yeah, i did. >> for all the wrong reasons. >> leering at it. do you have a deal with ponch to continually look at -- >> to plug "the new york times" stories you're saying? >> yeah. >> no, i don't. but i thought it was a good story and it is a good paper. >> pinch? >> it's ponch. >> that's the guy on chips. okay, i'm sorry. >> all right, you know, i was looking at a story out of the "usa today" -- >> eric estrada. >> about how the military has all of this video, and the air force is now seeking some help to go through all this video and kind of get a better idea of what they actually have and they're reaching out to espn and other expert
to your head. that explains a lot. yo, buddy! i got this. gimme one, gimme one, gimme one! the power of the "name your price" tool. only from progressive. >>> welcome back, everybody. if you are just waking up, again, the dow futures are lower, but not by as much as you might expect. right now, about 61 points below fair value. s&p futures at this hour look like they would open down by about 6.5, or 7 points if the market were to open right now. we'll see how things shore up as we get closer to the opening bell on this last trading day of the year. also when we return, we have the nation headed towards the cliff. we need twice the firepower this morning. so we have both tony pratto and jerry bernstein joining us on the fiscal fun right after this. good morning, guys. happy new year to you both. plus we have the vice chairman of the budget committee, congressman tom price of georgia. he'll be giving us his take on the negotiations. the way it moves.e announc] the way it cleans. everything about the oral-b power brush is simply revolutionary. oral-b power brushes oscillate, rotate and
♪ ♪ bow, bow, bow yippy yo yippy yay ♪ >> stephanie: is this for my new rescue puppy? he is so handsome and romantic. did you see they sent dogs to newtown. >> yes this was so touching. >> stephanie: each dog carries a business card. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: so you can stay in touch. >> how do you tweet out thumbs. [ applause ] >> awesome, oh my god. that is a great program. >> stephanie: i know. >> they go to different disaster zones to help people who are grieving and dealing with disasters. >> stephanie: yeah. >> that's awesome. >> stephanie: the first thing i have to do because nothing says love like lopping someone's nads off. he is not fixed. >> oh, boy. >> stephanie: interesting to -- we talked about this yesterday, the statistics by -- in different countries. >> yeah. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: this is from the view from the uk america's deadly obsession with guns. you can imagine people overseas reading these kinds of statistics. the president said this is the fourth time he has had to -- every day 80 americans are shot to death. every y
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